The collaborative process is enhanced when all participants can access a deeper level of awareness. What we see and what we hear usually guide awareness during collaborative meetings. Let's consider the example of listening. Let’s call the first level of listening downloading. It describes habitual behavior and thought and results in “same old, same old”... Continue Reading →
Heading towards Uncertainty: Divorcing couples changing wisely
For couples facing the challenges of divorce, coming to accept what they cannot change, and find the courage to change what they can, requires wisdom to know the difference. Yet this prayer of serenity seems counterintuitive to couples engaged in marital impasses burdened by surging emotion that cloud perceptions. It is emotional turmoil that makes... Continue Reading →
DIVORCE: Contentious or Collaborative? Exploring Saner Options
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